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Posts Tagged ‘back stabbing

08
Mar

I was on the stage speaking at a conference about excellence in leadership. I was staring out against the bright lights waiting for the next question from the audience.  The question that came made everyone laugh—everyone except me.  The question was “why are women so mean to other women in the workplace?” It was a […]

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06
Jan

What do you get when you cross complex, pressure-filled team challenges with a general fear and loathing of conflict? You get passive-aggressive behavior.  Given how stressful and complicated work has become, it’s no surprise that conflicts arise, but what’s destroying our teams is that we never learned how to have conflict in a way that […]

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30
Jul

  A great question came up in a conversation I had with an HR practitioner today.  She had seen my video on what to do when someone gossips and was sharing the response she often gets when she tries to broach a gossip issue with an employee.  She said that many people justify their behavior […]

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17
Apr

If you even think about using social media to address an issue with a teammate, you have crossed the line. You’ve ceased to be the victim and become the aggressor. What got me thinking about this today? It was an article forwarded to me by my colleague Lisa Langley.  You can read it here. It’s the story […]

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18
Feb

You need to turn your teammates from your harshest critics into your staunchest allies. People are constantly using that tired old line “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” Catchy, but total crap. Dogs and, more importantly, humans learn new tricks all the time. It’s easy to learn new and better ways, it’s just […]

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17
Feb

You know what drives me totally nuts? It’s team members who are snide, cynical, and even sinister about their teammate’s attempts to change. People generally come to work to contribute and to be valuable. If something they do detracts from their effectiveness, they are probably motivated to change it.  But more often than not, honest […]

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